Concern: Political stand
We, General Laurent NKUNDA MIHIGO, Chairman of the National Congress for People’s Defense (CNDP) and CHEF OF
HIGH COMMAND OF CONGOLESE NATIONAL ARMY (ANC). From our Political Headquarter of Bwiza in North-Kivu, take
this opportunity to address to the National and International Community, The Political Stand of our Movement
according to the security situation in Eastern Congo.
01. All of us know that it was in December 2006 that hostilities started in Noth-Kivu opposing our forces to
government forces in Sake; At that time, a cease-fire was agreed on and negotiation took place in Kigali-capital city of
the Republic of Rwanda under Rwandan President’s mediation represented by Gen. James KABAREBE, Chief of
General Staff of Rwandan Defense Forces, where the government of Kinshasa was represented by Lt-Gen. John
NUMBI. From those negotiations of Kigali a Gentleman Agreement was established and the process of “mixage” was
to start as a process to go for the Integration of the National Army. After a so-long walk in “mixage” process, we were
surprised to listen on the National Radio that the government of Congo has stopped the process of “mixage” and
chosen for a forced “brassage” process.